I am about 90% into setting up a new DAW. You know what that means....lots and lots of installing and authorizing of plugins and other software. I read on this forum (and a few others, like GearSlutz)about what a pain in the butt this software is. Guess what? The first and easiest installations and authorizations I have had are all of the Nebula and Acqua related software! I have an ungodly huge collection from this company, and it took me maybe 5% of the time compared to everything else...I have plugins that may never get authorized due to developers not answering emails....So be thankful that Acustica stays progressive and is looking out for our experience and giving us a super high quality product. Yay for them, yay for us.
Mauri wrote:Cool, I'll be building a monster machine in the next few months and also have shiploads of software to reinstall, and authorise, not really looking forward to that!
BTW, and if you don't mind, what sort of DAW do you now run? I'm still researching components for my new machine, any info would be great !
Probably not what you want to hear..... But I have built a few computers, but over the years I have been paying attention to the folks that build audio/media specific computers and had decided long before I could afford one who I would buy from (If I chose to not build my own...). These guys.... http://www.studiocat.com/open_cart/inde ... ommon/home I actually only spent probably an extra $200 USD this way, and got a super rock-solid ready to go monster DAW. Check them out...Jim Roseberry is the best, really friendly, and he even called me the day it arrived to ask if I had any questions....Great customer support. I got it 2 days ago and am already in the middle of a project, and I will say that my Nebula/Acqua capacity probably quadrupled. I can track with insane low latency.... But the gist of this thread is about how surprisingly simple it was for me to install, import, and authorize this embarrassingly large Nebula/Acqua collection. Thanks Acustica.